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Bowhunter Loop   via Team Big Bear and Flagstaff Loop
This ride is unique among Park City's many offerings. It features views over 360 degrees of mountain peaks of the Wasatch and Uintah Mountains. The short version starts at Deer Valley's upper Silver Lake Lodge. It's 10.6 miles round trip, with 1000 vertical feet of climbing starting at 8100 feet elevation. The longer version of this ride starts at the Snow Park (lower) Deer Valley lodge and climbs Deer Crest to the upper lodge. Add 3.2 miles each way and another 900 vertical feet of climbing. Your total ride will be 17 miles.
Short ride, from Silver Lake (upper) Lodge:
0.0   R downhill on DT, aim for underpass
        N40 37.284 W111 29.326
0.1   L on singletrack (Midmountain Trail)
        N40 37.267 W111 29.330
0.7   Keep L uphill (R = lower Tour de Suds)
        N40 37.146 W111 29.754
1.0   Keep L uphill N40 37.177 W111 29.842
1.4   L uphill on Team Big Bear N40 37.111 W111 30.155
2.4   Keep straight (don't go onto road)
        N40 36.894 W111 30.031
2.8   Keep R (Flagstaff Loop) N40 36.768 W111 29.880
3.1   Keep R N40 36.537 W111 29.969
3.9   Keep R (straight) N40 36.121 W111 29.586
        (L = Flagstaff second part of loop)
4.2   Keep L (R = Deer Camp)
        N40 36.298 W111 29.463
4.3   L on smaller trail (Bowhunter)
        N40 36.338 W111 29.361
4.4   Cross DT N40 36.255 W111 29.350
4.7   Join DT, rapid L off DT on ST 
        N40 35.945 W111 29.401
5.6   90-degree L on Ruby Lift Road trail
        N40 36.322 W111 29.094
5.9   Back on original trail, retrace
6.3   R on Flagstaff return path N40 36.121 W111 29.586
6.8   Keep R (L = Ruby Lift Road trail)
        N40 36.537 W111 29.877
6.9   Keep R N40 36.574 W111 29.895
7.5   Keep R N40 36.605 W111 29.889
7.8   Keep R on Team Big Bear N40 36.768 W111 29.880
9.2   L on Midmountain  N40 37.111 W111 30.155
10.6 Back at lodge
Getting there:  In Park City, follow the signs toward Deer Valley Resort. Just after the road divides, the parking lots come into view. If you're going to the lower (Snow Park) lodge, continue through the curve past the lodge then turn into the parking area. The ride will start on the far left side of the lodge near the lift. Go uphill on the dirt doubletrack about 150 yards, then turn left to cross the ski slope. Enter the singletrack that climbs north uphill along the wooden fence. To get to the upper (Silver Lake) lodge, turn left on Royal Drive just after the road divides -- before you actually see the Snow Park lodge. Drive 4 miles uphill, following the signs. When you come to a parking lot on your right, surrounded by tall buildings, pull in. From the lot, angle southeast between buildings until you arrive at a wide open area. Your ride will start by aiming right, coast downhill to below the underpass. As you pass under, turn left onto singletrack. This is the Midmountain Trail.
Trail conditions change, and the layout of a trail may change without notice. Use this trail guide at your own risk.